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Spartans reunite at Super Bowl

Redskins QB Kirk Cousins and Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell reminisce about their days at Michigan State, as well as look forward to building on their respective teams' successes.

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Ed Werder with candidate for worst dab

There's just so much that isn't working here.

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Schefter: Manziel 'destroyed' his NFL value

Johnny Manziel allegedly struck his ex-girlfriend and Adam Schefter tells Mike & Mike that the QB has likely ruined his chances in the NFL: "The league is not going to like this."

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Raiders quarterback Derek Carr signed autographs for fans.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Fitting that LB Thomas Davis will call the coin toss for the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. No player on the roster has been with the team longer than the 2005 first round pick. "I take a lot of pride (in it), and not just knowing that I'm going to be able to make the call. It's more so taking pride in just being a captain and being one of the leaders of this football team. That's one thing that I'm extremely excited about and I take pride in it."

Heather Burns ESPN.com 

Joe Namath was wearing his Hall Of Fame jacket during his interview on NYC sports radio.

Heather Burns ESPN.com 

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles makes the rounds on radio row at Super Bowl 50.

Super Bowl 50 betting nuggets

  • A consultant used by some Nevada sportsbooks made the line Carolina minus-4, 44.5
  • Consensus belief among Las Vegas bookmakers: Denver and the under are the sharp sides
  • "Yes" on "Will there be a successful two-point conversion?" is the most popular prop bet at William Hill
More betting notes

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Are you ready for some Sloth Bowl?

First came the Super Bowl. Then came Puppy Bowl and Kitten Bowl. Now there's Sloth Bowl.

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The ultimate Super Bowl party snack

Scrambling for a stellar Super Bowl snack? ESPN's own Chef Michone has you covered, with an easy-to-make recipe for Loaded Mashed Potato Croquettes.

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Bruno Mars to play Super Bowl halftime

The headliner for the 2014 Super Bowl halftime show confirmed on Instagram that he will perform Sunday along with Beyonce and Coldplay.

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Super Bowl 50 cheat sheet

Want to feel smarter about the big game? ESPN Stats & Information has you covered.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers finished Super Bowl 50 preparation with a lively, dab-filled stretching session in their final practice before Sunday. "There's usually one session during the week when they are over the top," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. "The biggest key was that the last song was their dab' song."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

According to pool reporter Peter King of Sports Illustrated (Super Bowl pool reporters are assigned by the Pro Football Writers of America), Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning threw just one incomplete pass in team drills during Friday's practice. "You see they're ready," said Broncos coach Gary Kubiak.

How to play with a broken forearm

Panthers LB Thomas Davis will be playing in the Super Bowl despite breaking his arm in the NFC title game. Dr. Michael Kaplan shows how Davis will be able to do so.

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Leaf: Manziel needs to let others help him

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf on Johnny Manziel: "It's like I'm holding a mirror up. I'm hearing and seeing things that I did."

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Cam's summer Super Bowl proclamation

It wasnt quite a guarantee, but it was close. The 6-month-old video

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A one-on-one with Roger Goodell

The NFL commissioner talked to Robin Roberts about player safety, discipline, the Rooney Rule and Super Bowl 50.

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Ryan Leaf not resentful of Peyton

Former NFL QB Ryan Leaf, who went one spot behind Peyton Manning in the 1998 NFL draft, says he is proud of the Broncos QB.

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Haslam: 'Manziel has not responded to us'

"We'll do anything we can to help him personally," Browns owner Jimmy Haslam told ESPN Cleveland. "And our thoughts and prayers are with Johnny and his family. We're not worried about Johnny Manziel the football player. We're worried about Johnny Manziel the person. ... I think it's a personal issue now. It's not a football issue."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

From the Broncos' participation report for Friday's practice: All Broncos players took part fully in the workout and all players on the team's injury report were officially designated as "probable." All of the Broncos players on the report will be available to play in Super Bowl 50.

Roger Goodell's take on the dab

Robin Roberts got the NFL commissioner to attempt Cam Newton's favorite celebration.

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Roger Goodell disappointed in Pro Bowl

The NFL commissioner says the league may have to think about the game differently going forward.

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